Back At Heron Lake

View from Camp

HERON LAKE SP, NM—I’m back at my old campsite on Heron Lake. Navaho Lake just felt bad.

Pretty enough place, friendly people—and yet I was left with a feeling of… disharmony.

I’ve learned to trust these feelings, so I waited out Labor Day weekend and returned the way I came.

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For my next book, I'll be submitting to traditional publishers. Unfortunately, in a publisher's eyes, the author's platform (number of readers/followers) is just as important as the manuscript itself. You can help in my endeavor to find a publisher by simply using one of the share buttons below to add this blog post to your favorite social networking page and thus sharing it with your friends ("Likes" really don't help that much). I sincerely appreciate your show of support. Thank-you. ---Wayne

3 thoughts on “Back At Heron Lake

  1. hey wayne, your diet book confirmed what finally came to me naturally in the way I eat and what allows me to maintain my weight without even thinking about it for decades (especially after too many years of “must-be-skinny as possible” dieting in my 20’s … gruesome). You are on to something! Granola and brocolli are my staples – and small amounts of sweets always). Most importantly, if the diet is not “carefree” it is not sustainable – that is the key. I doubt it’s for everyone but there will be those who try and discover the secret. Thanks (and for the free books that came with it – that’s another email)

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